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PT Boats: Knights of the Sea

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: 1C Company (EU), (US)
Developer: Akella
Release Date: Late 2009

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'PT-Boats: Knights Of The Sea' - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

PT Boats is the first simulator of the Mosquito-fleet, created with the use of technologies never seen before in naval combat simulator games. Patrol Torpedo Boats were used in WW2 mainly to attack large cruiser due to their maneuverability and speed.

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Join the USSR, Allied or Germany fleet. Take part in bloody battles of WWII as a swift mosquito with a deadly sting!

The game takes place in three theaters where naval confrontations were frequent and heated - the Black, Baltic and North Seas. You participate in authentic events and battles at the helm of PT Boats. Using their speed and maneuverability, you can suddenly emerge in your enemy’s midst, shoot down aircraft with machineguns, torpedo convoy ships and battle against hostile vessels. The player can take command of a boat and control each member of the crew - gunner, captain or commander. Essentially, play however you like; any operation can be entrusted to the AI or handled on your own.

Key Features:

  • Historically authentic setting: highly detailed machinery and ammunition models and landscapes
  • A new level of realism in games: the STORM 3 engine creates photorealistic water, and Novodex introduces a cutting edge physics model
  • Realistic damage model: each boat has multiple types of damage zones for hull, fire, engine and navigation
  • Choose your role: play single missions or build a career as an officer in campaigns, control different crewmen on your boat - from gunner to commander
  • Blazing multiplayer: up to 16 players at once on diverse missions

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